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Tiptron is a robotic version of Tippi, a partner of Mario in the game Super Paper Mario. At the end of the game, Count Bleck and Tippi marry each other, to stop The Void, and the player can no longer use Tippi. However, it is revealed later that Francis created Tiptron, and for 999 coins (highest number of coins the player can hold), he'll sell it to Mario, allowing the player to use Tippi's abilities again. If the player talks to Francis after buying Tiptron, he will state that he is going to create a second model, Tiptron Mk. II.
Tiptron has feminine programming and is designed to resemble Tippi. Tiptron likes to think she is Tippi, and speaks exactly like her, albeit in a more electronic looking speech box, similar to TEC-XX from Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door. She admits to not being Tippi when she tattles on the player, she thanks Mario, Princess Peach, Bowser and Luigi for saving the world, ended by "At least, that's what I think she'd say...", referring to Tippi. She also admits to this when scanning Francis. She seems rather conflicted on her identity, believing herself to be Tippi, but also being aware that she is not Tippi at the same time, leading her to be rather distressed about the whole thing.
For unknown reasons, Tiptron was shown floating over Nastasia in pre-release Super Paper Mario artwork, leading many to speculate that Tiptron was Nastasia's Pixl partner, and a foil to Tippi. Tiptron / Tippi had no conversation with Nastasia at any time, though.
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